Protected Species: design-led, high performance, fully waterproof outerwear
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  • Arefay North Ltd, 5 The Avenue

    Murthly,

    Perth and Kinross,

    PH1 4DU

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Protected Species

Protected Species is a new Scottish outerwear brand that blurs the lines between the outdoor performance conscious and the style orientated.

Using innovative, soft, feminine fabrics with complete stretch for movement, iconic timeless designs have been reinvented with true technology.

Protected Species focus on highly versatile garments that can be worn everyday, anywhere but which provide the same levels of waterproof and windproof performance you would find in specialist outdoor brands.

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